Where To Stay At Florida Keys

Where to Stay at Florida Keys

Touching down the tropical shores of the Florida Keys will make one believe that you have arrived in the paradise. Crisp white beaches along with the deep azure waters and the lush greenery will provide a soothing and fascinating environment to just kick back and relax. Staying in the Florida Keys will make the one discover the vast and the distinctive flora and fauna along with the sea life, and much of them are found only in the Florida Keys.

When done with exploring the Florida Keys, let’s settle down in the first class accommodation. Here are a few fantastic places to stay in the Keys. 

Chelsea House, Key West

Florida Keys: 5 Best Boutique Hotels, B&B and Inns - Chelsea House

Staying at Chelsa House enjoy the hang poolside in the lush surrounds of the Florida Keys.  

Enjoy the feeling of home within one of the 33 rooms at the Chelsea House, situated in the heart of Key West. This Chelsa House is within the walking distance of the local landmarks such as the Keeper’s Quarters Museum, Key West Lighthouse and Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum presenting the visitors an authentic taste of the Key West’s laying back the culture and lifestyle of the place.

Casa Morada, Islamorada Key

Florida Keys Best Boutique Hotels, B&B and Inns - Casa Morada

If coming to the Florida Keys, one must enjoy the stylish and peaceful rooms at the Casa Morada.

Step into the most soothing space that is Casa Morada, which is located on the Islamorada Key which is also known as the “˜jewel of the keys’. This breathtaking resort, Casa Morada is an amazing private island, which is easy to get to via a footbridge. The island features a freshwater pool and a private cabana as well as the Sunset Terrace bar that gives the spectacular view of the Gulf of Mexico which also makes it a popular wedding ceremony location among people. Each of the 16 suites in Casa Morada offers a private outdoor living space that gives the view of the bay or the award-winning gardens which is designed by Raymond Jungles who is a renowned Miami Landscape Architect.

The Gardens Inn, Key West

Florida Keys Best Boutique Hotels, B&B and Inns - The Gardens Inn

 It is just located few steps from the Keys West’s infamous Duval Street that lays The Gardens Hotel. It is formally known as the largest private estate in Key West that is turned green thumb by Peggy Mills in the year 1930, The Gardens are now converted into 17 luxurious guest suites. The Gardens Hotel’s ground consists of the tropical landscaping as well as the pathways and the close seating areas which are made up of the century-old bricks from Honduras, Cuba, and England.

Atlantis House, Key West

Florida Keys Best Boutique Hotels, B&B and Inns - Atlantis House

For those who had an authentic fishing experience, must look no further than the Fishing and Diving Guesthouse of the Atlantis House. Key West veterans for over more than 20 years, the Atlantis House owners are offering several modified experiences for their guests to enjoy and have pleasure such as four-course “Catch of the Day” meals, private fishing trips and snorkeling excursions. This Fishing and Diving Guesthouse of the Atlantis House is essentially a hotel as well as activities center all in one.

Orchid Key Inn, Key West

Florida Keys Best Boutique Hotels, B&B and Inns - Orchid Key Inn

Orchid Key Inn is among the Top 10 most romantic hotels of the United States and is also the winner of the smallest luxury hotel award by the Trip Advisor two years back to back. From the moment one enters the Inn, brick paths will lead through the tropical landscapes that are surrounded by the 24 attractive and amenity-filled rooms and suites. The property boasts several serene waterfalls along with heated pool, peaceful sun deck, and spa. 

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